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The Toronto French School Collection

Toronto French School Yearbooks (1970 – 2010/11)

The Toronto French School
Toronto French School – Canada’s International School, was established in 1962. Its main campus is situated at Lawrence Avenue East in Toronto, Ontario. The second TFS campus is located in Mississauga.
Toronto French School is a bilingual, co-educational, non-denominational independent school that includes pre-Kindergarten programs to grade 12. The school offers the International Baccalaureate Program.

Yearbooks
The first yearbook which was described as a supplement was produced around 1970. It included poems and stories contributed by students as well as photographs of the children in class and engaged in a variety of activities. The first official yearbook was produced in 1973-74 and was entitled “Reflection”. Although alternate titles were used from time to time,Reflections became the official yearbook name for the TFS yearbooks by the 1980s to the present.
The yearbooks date from 1973-74 to 2010-11. The collection is complete except for two years where no yearbooks were produced – 1974-75 and 2006-07. The early yearbooks were published in black and white. The transition to colour emerged in 2004-05. The yearbooks document the activities that occurred within TFS each year and consist of content such as messages from the yearbooks editors, the headmaster and upper-level administrators followed by photographs and descriptions of activities and achievements for that year. Many of the issues also include entries documenting important milestones as well as poetry, stories and images of artwork produced by students.

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Toronto French School Yearbooks (1970 – 2010/11)

The Toronto French School
Toronto French School – Canada’s International School, was established in 1962. Its main campus is situated at Lawrence Avenue East in Toronto, Ontario. The second TFS campus is located in Mississauga.
Toronto French School is a bilingual, co-educational, non-denominational independent school that includes pre-Kindergarten programs to grade 12. The school offers the International Baccalaureate Program.

Yearbooks
The first yearbook which was described as a supplement was produced around 1970. It included poems and stories contributed by students as well as photographs of the children in class and engaged in a variety of activities. The first official yearbook was produced in 1973-74 and was entitled “Reflection”. Although alternate titles were used from time to time,Reflections became the official yearbook name for the TFS yearbooks by the 1980s to the present.
The yearbooks date from 1973-74 to 2010-11. The collection is complete except for two years where no yearbooks were produced – 1974-75 and 2006-07. The early yearbooks were published in black and white. The transition to colour emerged in 2004-05. The yearbooks document the activities that occurred within TFS each year and consist of content such as messages from the yearbooks editors, the headmaster and upper-level administrators followed by photographs and descriptions of activities and achievements for that year. Many of the issues also include entries documenting important milestones as well as poetry, stories and images of artwork produced by students.


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2012
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